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National team manager Vahid Halilhodzic branded Japan’s 3-3 draw with Haiti on Tuesday “the worst match I have seen” and warned his players to shape up or be humiliated in next month’s friendlies against Brazil and Belgium.

“I’ve been a manager for many years and I’ve never seen a match as bad as this,” Halilhodzic told reporters after Shinii Kagawa had saved Japan from an embarrassing friendly defeat to the Caribbean minnows with a 92nd-minute equalizer at Nissan Stadium.

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